Fall cleanup days set in HuntingburgSeptember 21, 2018
From Local Sources
HUNTINGBURG — Fall cleanup days are set for October at the Huntingburg Street Department, 1103 E. First St.
The collection times will be from 1 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, and Friday, Oct. 12, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13.
Fall cleanup days are for Huntingburg residents only, and a utility bill and identification are required for verification. Officials reserve the right to refuse any item.
The cost to safely dispose of unwanted items will be $5 per car, $10 per truck, $10 per trailer shorter than 8 feet and $20 per trailer longer than 8 feet.
Disposing of tires will cost $5 for those with rims, $4 for tires without rims, and $10 for truck and tractor tires more than 15 inches. Televisions, computer towers, monitors, mattresses, and upholstered chairs will cost $10; couches will cost $15.
Each trash bag will cost $1 for disposal. Small loose items — those that are 12 to 18 inches long — must be placed in a trash bag to be accepted at the department.
Items containing Freon, such as refrigerators, dehumidifiers and air conditioners, require a certificate from a licensed plumber stating the Freon has been removed. Wood, plywood, asphalt shingles and other construction debris will not be accepted.
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